Difference between the actual number of units sold and the budgeted number, multiplied by the budgeted selling price per unit; also called sales quantity variance . Sales Price Variance
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it measures the difference between the actual number of unites sold and the budgeted units sold. it's favorable when it's a negative number and unfavorable when it's a positive number
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1. Subtract the actual units of an item that were sold from the budgeted amount of units sold. For instance, if a company expected to sell 200 units of a product, and it only sold
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Difference b/t the budgeted quantity of units sold & the actual quantity
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